In Case You Missed It (24/07/2016)

In Case You Missed It (24/07/2016)

Every weekend Already Heard gives you a run down of what you have missed in the music world in the past seven days. In Case You Missed It is your go to source to find out all the latest tour news and music and video releases.

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New Music

Albums/EPs
Descendents – Hypercaffium Spazzinate
Bury The Memory – Can’t Catch The Years
Capsize – A Reintroduction: The Essence Of All That Surrounds Me
Departures – Death Touches Us, From The Moment We Begin To Love

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Songs
Against Me! – 333
Brand New – Out of Range
Every Time I Die – Glitches
Touché Amoré – Displacement
Prophets of Rage – Prophets of Rage
Moose Blood – Sulk
My Iron Lung – Learn To Leave
The Color Morale – Clip Paper Wings
PWR BTTM – Projection
Crobot – Welcome To Fat City
Big Spring – On A Bamboo Sleeping Ma
Feed Them To The Forest – Black Canary
Plini – Electric Sunrise
The Pretty Reckless – Take Me Down
Twelve Foot Ninja – Invincible
Schnarff Schnarff – Cadavers
Cassels – Oool Box
Leatherneck – Autumn Walls
Mat Kerekes – The Clubs/The Peoples Attention
Brave Vultures – With Me

New Videos

Korn – Rotting In Vain
Billy Talent – Afraid of Heights
Don Broco – Everybody
Neck Deep – December (feat Chris Carrabba)
Neck Deep – December (feat Mark Hoppus)
Young Guns – Bulletproof
The Devil Wears Prada – Daughter
Five Finger Death Punch – I Apologize
Lacuna Coil – Delirium
Chasing Cadence – Everyone Relax
Fangclub – Loner
The Dirty Nil – Zombie Eyed
With Confidence – Voldemort
DevilDriver – My Night Sky
Chris Farren – Say U Want Me
Too Close To Touch – What I Wish I Could Forget
They Say Fall – Darkly Dreaming
Summer Lake Heroes – BFF (Beers & Fucked Up Friends)
Columbus – Raindrop
Cavalier – Come Home
Aisles – Upside Down
High Rise – Piece by Piece
Revenge Of The Psychotronic Man – I Wanna Be A Spaceman
Welcome Back Delta – Jeremy’s Iron
The Pineapple Thief – In Exile (from Your Wilderness)
Everyday Sidekicks – Fracture
The World To Come – Scribe Of Thoth
Furian – What’s Up
Farewell, My Love – Never Stop
Rooney – Why (feat. Soko)
NoSound – Sogno e Incendio (feat. Andrea Chimenti)
Hiraeth – Happiness Aside

Tour News

Against Me! will support the release of ‘Shape Shift With Me’ with a December UK tour.

December
06 O2 Academy 2, Birmingham
07 Academy 2, Manchester
08 Electric Ballroom, Nottingham
10 SWX, Bristol
11 Rescue Rooms, Nottingham

Pixies have announced a run of UK shows in support of their new album ‘Head Carrier’.

November
28 Brixton Academy, London
29 Brixton Academy, London
30 Academy, Leeds
December
02 Barrowland, Glasgow
03 Academy, Newcastle
04 Apollo, Manchester

Crown The Empire and Hands Like Houses will support Of Mice & Men on their forthcoming UK tour.

September
30th O2 Academy, Birmingham
October
1st O2 Apollo, Manchester
3rd Rock City, Nottingham
4th O2 Academy, Newcastle
5th O2 Academy, Glasgow
7th O2 Forum, London
9th The Great Hall, Cardiff

This Wild Life will support the release of ‘Low Tides’ on 9th September with a UK tour in November.

November
Thu 10 St Pancras Old Church, London
Fri 11 Boston Music Room, London
Sat 12 Joiners, Southampton
Sun 13 The Exchange, Bristol
Tue 15 Asylum, Birmingham
Wed 16 King Tuts, Glasgow
Thu 17 Think Tank, Newcastle
Fri 18 Sound Control, Manchester
Sat 19 The Key Club, Leeds

Lower Than Atlantis will play a special warm up show on Wednesday 24th August at Oxford Academy 2. Support for this show comes from Milk Teeth.

Nai Harvest will be playing two farewell shows in Sheffield and London.

October
15 Queens Social, Sheffield
22 Kamio, London

Tigercub will support the release of their debut album with a run of UK dates.

August
10-14 Boardmasters Festival, Newquay
October
1 Southsea Festival, Southsea
12 Patterns, Brighton*
13 Rainbow, Birmingham*
16 Ramsgate Music Hall, Ramsgate*
November
6 Bullingdon, Oxford
7 Bodega, Nottingham
8 Marrs Bar, Worcester
9 Brudenell Social Club, Leeds
11 Think Tank, Newcastle
12 The Garage (Attic), Glasgow
14 Cookie, Leicester
15 Epic Studios, Norwich
16 Electrowerkz, London
17 Cavern, Exeter
18 Joiners, Southampton
* co-headline w/ Demob Happy

PWR BTTM will be touring the UK in December with The Spook School.

December
03 West Hill Hall, Brighton
04 Brudenell Games Room, Leeds
05 Hug & Pint, Glasgow
06 Shacklewell Arms, London

Northern metal quintet Sworn Amongst will head out on the road next month in support of their latest album; ‘Under A Titan Sky’.

August
19th The Frog, Worksop
20th Alma Inn, Bolton
21st King Billy, Northampton
22nd The Cavern, Exeter
23rd The Portland Arms, Cambridge
24th The Owl Sanctuary, Norwich
25th Sanctuary, Basingstoke
Sept/Oct
30th – 2nd Mammothfest

Agnostic Front and Suicidal Tendencies will play The Forum in London on January 29th as part of the EMP Persistance Euoprean Tour.

Progressive post-rockers FOES are set to embark on a co-headline tour next month with Brighton five-piece We Never Learned To Live.

August
25 Live Rooms, Chester
26 Frog & Fiddle, Cheltenham
27 Sanctuary, Basingstoke
28 Cobblestones, Bridgwater
29 Mothers Ruin, Bristol

In The News

Against Me! will return on September 16th with the release of their seventh album, ‘Shape Shift With Me’, through Xtra Mile Records.

1. ProVision L-3
2. 12:03
3. Boyfriend
4. Crash
5. Delicate, Petite & Other Things I’ll Never Be
6. 333
7. Haunting, Haunted, Haunts
8. Dead Rats
9. Rebecca
10. Norse Truth
11. Suicide Bomber
12. All This (And More)

Korn have revealed details of their 12th album. ‘The Serenity Of Suffering’ will be released on October 21st and sees the band working once again with Roadrunner Records.

Nai Harvest have announced they are splitting up and will play two final shows in October.

Chris Farren will release his debut solo album, ‘Can’t Die’, on September 2nd via SideOneDummy Records.

1. Can’t Die
2. Human Being
3. Brighter
4. To Insecurity and Beyond
5. Say U Want Me
6. Still Beating
7. I’m Not You
8. Flowers
9. Everything’s My Fault
10. Don’t Be Cruel (To Yrself)
11. Until I Can See The Light

Japanese post-rock pioneers, MONO have revealed details of their new album – ‘Requiem For Hell’. It will be released through Pelagic Records on October 14th.

01. Death In Rebirth
02. Stellar
03. Requiem For Hell
04. Ely’s Heartbeat
05. The Last Scene

Expire will return on September 23rd with their third full-length, ‘With Regret’, via Bridge Nine Records.

1. Fighting The Slip
2. Divide And Conquer
3. Hidden Love
4. Regret
5. Medicine
6. Vultures
7. Live Or Die
8. Fair Weather Friend
9. Turned To Dust
10. Ghost
11. The Harsh Truth
12. Beyond My Reach
13. Fear In Control

Detroit rockers I Prevail have announced their new album ‘Lifelines’ will be released on the 21st October via Fearless Records.

Tigercub have joined Alcopop Records. They will release their currently untitled debut album on November 11th.

Lexington, Kentucky alt-rockers Too Close To Touch have revealed details of their new album ‘Haven’t Been Myself’. It will be released through Epitaph Records on September 23rd.

1. Sympathy
2. Crooked Smile
3. What I Wish I Could Forget
4. Translate
5. Miss Your Face
6. The Art Of Eye Contact
7. Modern Love Affair
8. Inside Voices
9. What A Shame
10. For Your Sake
11. Eiley

God Damn have set a release date of September 23rd for their second album – ‘Everything Ever’.

1. Sing This
2. Ghost
3. Again Again
4. Fake Prisons
5. I’ll Bury You
6. Failure
7. It Bites
8. Oh No
9. Six Wires
10. Dead To Me
11. Violence
12. Let’s Speak
13. Easily Misbled

Glasgow indie-pop group The Pooches have announced their new self-titled album will be released September 9th via Lame-O Records.

1. Heart Attack
2. I’ll Be Gone
3. Another Evening, Another Town
4. Japan
5. The Light
6. New Years
7. I Don’t Eat Cake
8. Everything
9. Be Not So Fearful
10. Mulligan

UK/EU-based Little Rocket Records and USA-based Dead Broke Records have announced they will be releasing the long-delayed album from Medictation. ‘Warm Places’ was originally set to be released last year through Paper + Plastick, however following the untimely passing of Dickie Hammond, the albums release was delayed. The album is set to be released in September, with Little Rocket Records will be fully launching in the coming weeks. The label will be announcing six additional signees alongside a debut compilation featuring Louise Distras, Awkward Age, Bong Mountain, Campaign, Medictation, Vanilla Pod, and Spoilers.

Queer punk band PWR BTTM will release their debut album, ‘Ugly Cherries’, in the UK through Big Scary Monsters on October 7th. It will feature two new songs; ‘Projection’ and ‘New Hampshire’.

Citizen’s Mat Kerekes will be releasing his debut solo album, ‘Luna and The Wild Blue Everything’ on August 16th.

Colchester newcomers Brave Vultures will release their debut EP, ‘I’m Not Coming Back If You’re Not Here’, on September 16th.

1. This Is Where I Wanna Be
2. Safe Ground
3. If You Run
4. With Me
5. Don’t Let Me Down

Scylla Records have welcomed Dublin alt-rockers Versive. A single called ‘Pretend’ will be released on September 9th with an EP to follow in January.

Brisbane trio Columbus will release their debut album, ‘Spring Forever’, through UNFD on August 26th.

1. Summer Dress
2. Daffodil
3. Raindrop
4. Learn To Swim
5. Say What You Want
6. Nervous Wreck
7. Hopeless
8. Broken Glass
9. Replace Me
10. Stay
11. Absent
12. Spring Forever

Oxford/London-based sibling duo Cassels have confirmed their new EP will be called ‘You, Us and The’ and will be released through Big Scary Monsters on August 12th.

1. Cool Box
2. You Us and They
3. Well Fed Worms in a Graveyard
4. Ignoring All the Tunnels and Lights

Schnarff Schnarff will release their debut album, ‘The evil that we do…,’ via Black Dug Records on September 9th.

Melodic metalcore mob High Rise are set to release their new EP, ‘Left It For Everything (LIFE)’ on September 16th.

Aussie rockers Twelve Foot Ninja have confirmed their new album will be called ‘Outlier’ and will be released on Friday 16th September.

Florida-based Conspire have signed with InVogue Records.

Festival News

Fatherson have been added to the NME/Radio One stage at the Reading and Leeds Festival.